Research & news
Latest news and information on the diagnosis and treatment of lung cancer and from the European Lung Foundation's network of partners and professionals.
A physically active lifestyle linked to lower risk of lung cancer
People who are active in their spare time could be at a lower risk of developing a range of cancers, including lung cancer, according to a new study.
High numbers of patients in poorer countries are missing essential lung cancer tests and treatment
A new study has found that despite the test and treatment being available to 70% of the world’s population, there are large discrepancies in patient access.
Researchers analyse risk of small cell lung cancer in never-smokers
A study looked at the risk factors for developing small cell lung cancer (SCLC) in never-smokers.
Radio(chemo)therapy in non-small cell lung cancer
A review concludes that radiochemotherapy has an established role in the treatment of stage III lung cancer and modern techniques may contribute to reducing toxicities
Advances in target therapy in lung cancer
An article reviews current target therapies
Nutritional advances in patients with respiratory diseases
Nutrition and metabolism have been the topic of increasing scientific research in respiratory diseases.